Much of the NCAA's findings in a report released Friday involve boosters providing extra benefits to UM football players. The NCAA defines a booster as anyone who donates to an athletic department, anyone who is part of a group that promotes university athletics, anyone who provides employment to student athletes, or anyone involved in recruiting potential athletes.
The NCAA has very specific rules for what boosters can and cannot do.
Among other things, boosters cannot offer a special discount or loan to athletes, their friends or families. They cannot provide transportation or loan an automobile, or offer free housing
The NCAA says boosters can make contributions to university programs and attend university athletic events and show student athletes their support.
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